19 new startups all set to join Hub71

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Hub71, today announced its third cohort of the year, which selected 19 new startups to join its rapidly growing startup community. The new startups are well spread and are headquartered in nine different countries, specializing in 11 sectors, including AI and Big Data, EdTech, AgriTech and HealthTech.

These sectors accounted for 30% of applications received, reflecting the demand for these technologies in response to the pandemic and to service future digitalized industries. The new cohort also includes 30% of businesses founded by women, marking a growing number of female founders choosing to immerse themselves in Hub71’s diverse and vibrant community.

List of successful startups:

  • 3leem: An Arabic audiobook application for kids aged 8-16. UAE | EdTech
  • Algocyte: The first self-monitoring blood count home device that uses AI to analyze a prick of blood within five minutes. UK | HealthTech – Life Sciences
  • Arcab: A mobility service that is transforming the way that employees commute to work using shared vans. UAE | Software – Mobility
  • CardioDiagnostics: A platform that provides complete software, hardware and clinical service solutions for remote patient monitoring. Lebanon | HealthTech
  • Dharma: A B2B travel management platform that builds and operates white-label group trips for wellness influencers, empowering them to monetize their vast online networks through travel. UK | Hospitality/Tourism
  • DoctorsAE: A doctor discovery platform for healthcare seekers in the UAE that allows users to find the appropriate doctors and contact hospitals and medical care centers for consultations. UAE | HealthTech
  • DrOnCall: A platform that addresses the underutilization and undersupply of primary care through the provision of easy-to-book home visits covered by insurance. UAE | HealthTech
  • Fanera: A social app for and by football fans to share their favorite moments and connects them with football communities and fans around the world – the TikTok for football. Palestine | Software – Sports
  • Mental: A virtual reality collaboration platform that allows companies to simulate the work and training space for anywhere in the world, improving their performance and reducing expenses. UAE | VR/AR
  • MYKI: A decentralized password management & authentication solution for Managed Service Providers (MSPs). that provides MSPs with the tools to protect their customers’ digital identities. US | Cyber security
  • Producers Market: A producer member value chain ecosystem and software layer connecting the data and stakeholders across value chains to bring new forms of transparency, traceability and efficiency. US | AgriTech
  • Proteinea: A platform of insect-based biotechnology. We are using insect larvae as a mini-biofactory, reducing the capital and operational costs of conventional bioreactors. Egypt | BioTech
  • The Platform: A precision farming platform that utilizes ground and satellite sensors for optimized irrigation and fertilization. Bahrain | AgriTech
  • WeMENA: A B2B wholesale goods marketplace, combining FinTech and eCommerce technology to make wholesale goods trading easier. UAE | FinTech
  • WhiteBox HR: A platform that provides predictive insight, bias free, at every stage of the talent lifecycle through machine learning, organization network analysis and people science. UAE | AI & Big Data
  • Yanzo: An on-demand concierge over WhatsApp that helps with booking flight tickets, throwing birthday parties, picking items up from the mall, etc. UAE | AI & Big Data
  • 1702ai: The fastest and most accurate SaaS Weapon Detector that uses already installed security cameras, powered by AI and deep learning algorithms. Switzerland | AI & Big Data
  • Takalam: A cross-cultural online counseling platform offering a convenient and personalized solution to individuals. UAE | HealthTech
  • WeWalk: Assistive tech focusing on enhancing the independence of those who are visually impaired – a critical aspect of their economic and social participation. UK | HealthTech

Since its launch in March 2019, Hub71 has grown its startup community to more than 75 global startups benefiting from Hub71’s extensive resources, global reach and community access.

Hanan Harhara Al Yafei, CEO of Hub71, said “The diverse nature of our latest cohort of Hub71 startups reflects our commitment to boosting Abu Dhabi’s global appeal as a world-leading tech hub suited to the best and brightest startups from around the world.”

“Despite COVID-19, we are still growing and managed to attract applicants from 32 countries, which suggests we are doing the right thing at the right time. It’s a testament to our efforts to place the spotlight on Abu Dhabi, especially because of the strong government backing, generous incentives and thriving ecosystem we can offer.”

Hasna Ahmed, Founder and CEO of DoctorsAE, added “As an Emirati-owned HealthTech startup, joining the Hub71’s global ecosystem was the best place for our innovative business to succeed and inspire. What attracted us most are the opportunities presented by Hub71 and becoming part of one of the world’s most powerful technology hubs where growing tech companies like ours would be given the chance to expand and scale globally.

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